Save Warrior Nun

Limits raised to 50k as of 1/30/23 to fund other projects and charity work in the name of the Warrior Nun fandom

*If Simon announces the show is renewed OR unfortunately finished, the remaining donations will go to an LGBTQIA+ charity. Charity projects will also be endorsed and promoted regardless of the show's status.*

The mission is to get as much attention as possible for the TV show Warrior Nun, which was canceled a month after its second season was released. With a confirmed $0 amount put into promotion, the second season still broke Netflix records by being the highest-rated season on Rotten Tomatoes & stayed within the Top 10 trending lists. This fundraiser is to show networks that Warrior Nun deserves its story to continue to be told. #SaveWarriorNun

Current Projects:
-Deliver items (non-perishable going forward as of 1/15/2023) to various platforms on a recurring basis to capture the attention of executives and employees alike. This includes PR packages.
-Business portfolios/pamphlets to show data analysis of the series, fandom, exposure, and potential growth (Financial Probability).
-Help fund groundwork projects like posters, flyers, stickers, etc. within the fandom.
-Billboards and Advertisements!
Costs will vary on a few things:
  • Location (hopeful for international advertising in the near future)
  • Time Allotted
  • How many times an image is played per hour if digital
  • Size of the billboard/ad
  • Quantity of billboards, large-size posters, paid ads, etc.

Prices range greatly for billboards in various cities. Times Square for example can easily be $6k+ (based on size) for a digital board that only plays for 6-10 seconds at a time, & is unlikely to be seen unless you know where & when to look. Instead, we’re looking in areas that aren’t oversaturated & will gain the attention of business execs along with the general population.

Our call to action: A static (vinyl) billboard in Los Angeles has been purchased! The purpose of the billboard and its placement is to get the attention of business executives, investors, studio execs, actors, and civilians. The location was scouted & advised by both locals & marketing professionals as the best area for advantage and value. Cost: $14k for 4 weeks, originally $17k-$18k. We also had data pulled by Market Experts. Using prior fan-run campaigns as a data source, they were able to ensure this wouldn't be a wasted purchase.
A digital billboard in Midtown Manhattan has been purchased! Time slots and dates are in the updates section of the GoFundMe. We chose this because it is a great area for fans to go see and take pictures with, it's in a very populated area, and is outside the New York Times office.
We are currently looking at ways to get Warrior Nun international.

Subway ads in NYC: minimum purchases required of around $5,000+. This can also vary on size & how many of them we want to do within the subway carts. This is something we are looking at as a possible future project to pique the interest of the general population, as well as platform executives on their way into the office.

Please be kind and respectful to others always. None of us know what our fellow humans are going through at any given time.

For any questions, reach out to Sarah at @angrytrashacct on Twitter.
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Fundraising team: SaveWarriorNun (5)

Sarah B
South Jordan, UT
Ari Fernandez
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Kayy F
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